In cases you didn’t know, a young lady captured the heart of Vice Ganda in “It’s Showtime” and it’s the bowl handler of the Miss Q&A segment popularly known as “Ate Girl.”
And as her career shines in show business, there are people who want to lower the confidence of “It’s Showtime” dancer Jackque Gonzaga.
In an interview with “Tonight With Boy Abunda”, Jackque wasn’t able to hold her tears while sharing the hurtful words that she is receiving from her critics.
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“‘Yong sasabihin na ‘dancer ka lang.’ Bakit daw ako ‘yong pinipilit pasikatin, bakit ako ‘yong nandoon?” Jackque said.
Kapag nabibigatan na daw siya sa mga negatibong komento ay hindi na lang niya binabasa ang mga ito.
“Kapag minsan parang nakikita ko na negative na ‘yong sasabihin, exit ko na lang tapos wala, pray na lang ako. Bahala kayo diyan,” she added.
Also, Jackque, she said that whenever she feels offended by some negative comments about her, she choose to ignore it instead.
For this reason, Jacque is still positive despite the few critics around her, especially that she does not seem to be doing bad things.
Parang mas marami naman po ‘yung natutuwa, parang positive naman po ‘yong ginagawa ko. Sa isip-isip ko, wala naman ako ginagawang masama so kung hindi niyo gusto, edi sorry, kung gusto niyo, thank you,”
Another thing that makes her persevere is her family.
“Nandiyan lang po sila kasi sila lang ‘yong puwede mong sabihan, ‘yong mapagkakatiwalaan mo sa lahat.”
At first, Gonzaga’s family was not supportive of her dancing career but after she graduated from college, they eventually supported her.
“Happy po sila. Basta ang importante daw po masaya ako kasi sabi nila hindi naman mabibili ng pera ‘yong kasiyahan na nakikita nila sakin.”
Jackque Gonzaga is best known by the name “Ate Girl” in the “Miss Q & A” segment of “It’s Showtime.
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